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and >>> lindsay released. >> at 11:41 tonight, lindsay lohan was released from the l.a. county jail. >> she makes bail overnight and set free hours after having been ordered back behind bars but her troubles are far from over. all that and more early this saturday morning, september all that and more early this saturday morning, september 25th, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> hi, everyone. welcome to "the early show" on a saturday morning. the one story everybody seems to talk about every weekend she does something on a friday that makes news on a saturday, lindsay lohan, in jail, out of jail, in rehab, outs of rehab, on probation, not on probation. now, guess what, yesterday a judge ordered her to go directly to jail until another hearing in october but then late last night pacific time another judge steps in and lets her make $300,000 bail and lets her go and you saw the pictures, she left jail last night. >> a new mug shot. >> a very interesting story later in the program about the facebook founder mark zuckerberg just gave 100 million dollars in the public schools in new jersey. we have th
to lindsay fwra ham "i can't lose the whole democratic party" and that's one of the criticisms they're getting at the white house, there was too much politics involved in the decision-making process. >> exactly and to that point, thank you so much, mike viqueira. the book grapples with how the president was trying to walk the tight rope between the military's demands for more troops and growing opposition from the democratic base to the war in afghanistan and setting a withdrawal timetable as mike pointed out said to senator graham "i can't let this be a war without end and i can't lose the whole democratic party." joining now a man with political experience writing tell-alls, the coauthor of "game change" john heileman. there are more details from the point where game change ends, when they went into this afghan reviews. the military trying to box in the president. rahm emanuel is saying it's "b.s." that between the chairman and petraeus, everybody's come out and publicly endorsed the notion of more troops. the president hasn't even had a chance." this really gets to the rift betwe
't think there is any excuse for it. >> senator lindsay graham, replied to "countdown's" request for a statement, quoting him, i very much share general petraeus's concern about how such actions could further jeapordize the safety of our soldiers. we should not make our soldiers' job even harder and their service more dangerous. house republican leader john boehner merely called the koran burning not wise but could not resist equating the burning of one religion's scripture with building a religious center. >> secretary of state clinton, general petraeus have spoken out against it. what is your message for pastor jones? >> for pastor jones and those who want to build the mosque just because you have a right to do something in america does not mean it is the right thing to do. we're a nation of religious freedom. we're also a nation of tolerance. i think in the name of tolerance people ought to think about the >> so you're telling him not to do it. sir? you're telling him not to do it? >> listen, i just think it's not wise to do this in the face of what our country really represen
of heavy rainfall. lindsay lohan back in jail. a judge throwing the book at the actress for failing a drug test. she is going to jail without bail until her next court appearance next month. back now to our top story. dramatic testimony from a current department of justice attorney. after 12 months almost of being ordered to ignore subpoenas, longtime doj attorney christopher coates today defied orders from his boss and made powerful and stunning allegations, offering evidence and a firsthand account that race and politics are driving decisions at the department of justice about which laws get enforced, and which do not. here is just a sampling of some of the back and forth between attorney coates and the commissioners. >> in the reluctance to enforce race neutral laws against minorities is it your opinion that we're talking about afro americans, or are we saying that hispanics, native-americans, asians, that you would feel there would be a reluctance even to move forward on those types of cases. >> i think that the philosophy that some people have that the voting rights act was intended t
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